#1
Hey, I was just wondering if anyone could advise me on the best setings to achieve John Frusciante's awsome sound. I own a stratocater and a marshall MG50DFX, i also have the following pedals: DigiTech Hot rod rock distortion
Behringer Compressor/Sustainer
Danelectro Phaser
Boss PW-10 V-Wah

Can anyone give me a few suggestions?? thanks
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Last edited by rustymoore91 at Aug 17, 2006,
#2
With a MG30DFX you are in no way going to get anything like close!

I don't know what John uses but I am sure its not a MG series Marshall.
Last edited by Eladamri at Aug 17, 2006,
#3
I believe this should go in The ONLY Settings Thread.
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#4
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With a MG30DFX you are in way going to get anything like close!




what does that even mean?
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#7
With your gear is should be fairly easy. If your Strat has single coils, use the neck pickup w/ maybe some light distortion from the amp to play rhythm, and use your bridge pickup, the Hot Rod, and Compressor to boost your signal to play leads. Maybe with a little wah if you'd like. I know John uses a phaser in a few of RHCP songs, like the solo in Parallel Universe. To find a good setting, just experiment a little. The guy that posted before me was right, John has some really sick vintage gear, but you can work with what you have.
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#8
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uhh he uses alot of reverb like his at like 7 ish. plus he used fender amps


he uses marshalls buddy, im pretty sure he uses some old marshall head called the marshall major or somethin
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#10
i dont know how you would get it like that with what you have but i read in a guitar world like a million years ago (not really but a while back) on the Frusciante issue he has one of his single coils wired with reverse polarity... i think it was the bridge pick up
#12
He also uses a JTM45...but I only know that because I have one...
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#13
set your amp on fire...then slam your strat into it ...

closest an MG will ever sound to frusciante
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#16
You can probably get his tone with a good fender or marshall tube amp, if it's geared towards that voicing. That JTM45 is a bassman clone. With the right effects and feel you can cope his tone pretty well.
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#17
I know this doesn't help you explain on getting his sound, but I was watching TV one day and saw him do a cover of the Bee Gees (I think) "How Deep Is Your Love". It was pretty cool, but I was surprised at how high he could get his voice. o_o.
#20
http://www.guitarsite.com/discussion/messages/25503.shtml

Look at tht that tells you what equipment he has, you work it out from there.
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#21
Quote by the_white_bunny
yea back in the day he used fender dick head.
he may now use marshall but w/e


well the threadstarters probably thinking of frusciantes sound from stadium arcadium

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